|Country Chic Chef's Market|
We first stopped by Chef's Market on a trip through Nashville in 2014. Located on the north side at the Goodletsville exit, there is little curb appeal to lure one in. Once inside, the surroundings are country chic with some of
the dining areas set amidst a country store. It's one of those places where there's something for everyone and every taste. If you're thinking it sounds like another Cracker Barrel…it's not.
|My New England Pot Roast Plate|
The desserts were what I remembered most from our previous visit, especially the White Chocolate Banana Pudding. It was a great take on an old-timer. My memory then moved to the New England Pot Roast, tender and juicy beef roast with carrots and celery in a demi-glace. Fortunately, they were both available on our second excursion recently. I chose an Avocado and Corn Salad along with Creamed Spinach to round out my meal. Their dinner rolls could double as a dessert, but the banana pudding was my prize.
|Little Hen Trio|
|Side Dish Selections|
Another hit that day was the Cranberry Quinoa Slaw. I'm not much of a quinoa fan, but this hit the spot with its sweet and tart mix and was another example of their creative pairings. Eric chose the Little Hen Trio and wondered afterwards why he had done so. There was nothing wrong with the three mini croissants filled with three different versions of chicken salad: old fashioned, curried, and smoked Mexican. In fact, they were quite nice, but in comparison with some of the other options it was a bit on the pricey side.